The purpose of the League Operators is to vote on all significant matters including rule changes and tournament location. The group is comprised of Board of Directors plus all participating and active League Operators.
If the desire is to become a new League Operator or to renew your membership as a League Operator for the new year, you will need to complete the Intent Form. This yearly membership must be submitted by our annual June meeting (dates vary). If you are a requesting a new League Operator status, your request will be voted on by the existing Board of League Operators at the June meeting.
As a league operator, you are responsible for ensuring your players are ranked appropriately. Ensuring your players are being ranked correctly will save you and our qualifications committee time as the tournament looms closer. If they are a new or existing player, check out other sanctioning bodies and the Compusport Rating to see how the player is ranked. Chances are pretty good their level of play isn't different from ISPA and other sanctioning bodies. If you have questions on how to rank someone, please refer to the following definitions of our ranking system:
Open – this division is reserved for entry level players. These players will typically not be able to run a rack. They most likely will need 2 or 3 times at the table to win. They don’t have the knowledge of all aspects of the game at this level and probably only win about 30 to 45 percent of their games playing a higher ranked player.
Intermediate – this division is for intermediate players. These players are a step above open players. They most likely play more and have a little more knowledge of the game. They have the ability to run a rack and may be able to execute some good safe play. They will be able to play better shape and have more control of the game. When playing against a lower ranked player, they should be able to win consistently 60 percent or more of their games.
Advanced – an advanced player is just that. They are better than Intermediate players but not as good or as experienced as masters. They have the ability to run rack more consistently and can execute well played safety’s. They have a good foundation of knowledge and will most likely win 75 percent or more of their games when playing a lower ranked player.
Masters – this division is for the top end players.
Elites – there are only a handful of Elite players identified by the ISPA. They are permitted to play in the Masters division, with a handicap to their opponent. The ISPA Qualifications committee determines who is considered an Elite player.
Should you have further questions, please contact a Board Member or use Let's Chat to submit your question.
CompuSport is what we use for a scoring program. If you need technical assistance, contact them directly by emailing email@example.com or by requesting a call back through their website at the bottom of the main screen. If you have concerns, please contact Barb Avery as she is our liaison.
For helpful tips or to access their FAQ's, please refer to their website.